Coach Stanley Raubenheimer has made three changes to the Springbok Women’s bench for their second World Cup Qualifier against Madagascar in Brakpan on Tuesday.
Scrumhalf Mathrin Simmers, flanker Nomsa Mokwai and winger Nqobile Mhlangu replace Felicia Jacobs, Karthy Dludla and Vuyolwethu Maqolo respectively.
Mokwai and Mhlangu will make their Test debuts if they take to the field.
Raubenheimer has retained the starting XV that thrashed Uganda 89-5 on Saturday.
The match against Madagascar will kick off at 15:00 and be live-streamed on https://livestream.com/baruchmedia/WomensRugby.
Springbok Women – 15 Eloise Webb, 14 Ayanda Malinga, 13 Zintle Mpupha, 12 Zinhle Ndawonde, 11 Snenhlanhla Shozi, 10 Zenay Jordaan, 9 Tayla Kinsey, 8 Aseza Hele, 7 Sinazo Mcatshulwa, 6 Lusanda Dumke, 5 Rights Mkhari, 4 Celeste Adonis, 3 Babalwa Latsha (c), 2 Lindelwa Gwala, 1 Yonela Ngxingolo.
Subs: 16 Annique Geswind, 17 Onako Jita, 18 Maxine Engelbrecht, 19 Nomsa Mokwai, 20 Sizophila Solontsi, 21 Mathrin Simmers, 22 Nqobile Mhlangu, 23 Aphiwe Ngwevu.
The Springbok Women are leaving no stone unturned in their preparation for tomorrow’s match against Madagascar with the side back on the training field for the second time today @Springboks @RugbyAfrique pic.twitter.com/GzvLKpvGem
— Springbok Women (@WomenBoks) August 12, 2019